Brenntag boosts DEF storage and delivery capabilities

Sept. 5, 2013

Diesel exhaust fluid (DEF) distributor Brenntag has increased its storage and delivery capabilities in North America. The company has added 10 dedicated DEF tankers and installed 15 additional bulk diesel exhaust fluid storage tanks.

Tankers have been placed into service at Billings, MT, Chandler, AZ, Charlotte, NC, Chicago, IL, Elmendorf, TX, Greensboro, NC, Lancaster, TX, Menomonee Falls, WI, Richmond, VA and Santa Fe Springs, CA.  Bulk DEF tanks were installed at the following facilities: Billings, MT, Borger, TX, Charlotte, NC, Chattanooga, TN, East Point, GA, Greensboro, NC, Kansas City, MO, Memphis, TN, Orlando, FL, Pasadena, TX, Reading, PA, Richmond, CA, Salt Lake City, UT, St. Gabriel, LA and St. Louis, MO.
The additions add over 520,000 gals. of bulk DEF storage capabilities.

Brenntag’s DEF terminal network consisting of over 140 locations in the United States and Canada, offers customers the option to pick up or have DEF delivered in jugs, drums, totes or bulk. 

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